Review: Book: Garkain- Anna J. Walner

Title: Garkain

Series: The Uluru Legacy #1

Author’s Name: Anna J. Walner

Publisher: Anna J Walner

Genre: YA Paranormal Romance

Page Count: 260 Pages

ISBN: 978-0578789576

Author or Book Website: Anna J Walner

Link to Amazon purchase page: Garkain: Book One of The Uluru Legacy: Walner, Anna J: Books

Link to Goodreads: Garkain (The Uluru Legacy #1) by Anna J. Walner | Goodreads

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

Amelia was dropped at a hospital in Houston 25 years ago. After searching for her biological family for years she receives a vague text: “It’s time for you to come home, we need you, the Colony needs you.”

The Colony is a secret society in the Outback of Australia, driven from Europe in 1788 to the prison colony of New Holland to begin anew. Her mother is Garkain, her father Larougo. Two different bloodlines, two different societies. One Vampire, one Werewolf. Given away instead of killed, she’s being called home for a purpose.

She’ll agree to things she thought she never would, become things she never thought existed, and agree to a bargain that will change the Colony forever.

The vampire rule book has changed in this imaginative series that defies expectations. Blending worlds together as a delicious escape in a new and unique way.

Welcome to your new obsession.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I love paranormal and this is a twist on the vampire and werewolf legends that I have come to know and love. I felt like this world was designed wonderful and it brought out more of the characters. Amelia is learning more about herself and where she comes from. It was not what she expected would be her origin story and her finding out about her parents and why she was abandoned. It is a wonderfully crafted book and I would have never guessed that it was a debut novel.

My Rating of the Book: 4 1/2 Stars

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